NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The New York City Council has passed a law banning food vendors from popular holiday display in Brooklyn.

Food trucks and vendors will not be allowed to camp out in residential neighborhoods during the Dyker Heights Christmas displays.

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Christmas Lights - Dyker Heights

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Residents have complained for years about crowds, vendors running loud generators, and garbage left behind by the countless visitors who come to see the stunningly decorated homes.

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Food trucks will be banned from parking in the heart of the neighborhood, from 10th to 13th Avenues, from 81st to 86th Streets.

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The ban will be in effect from this Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day 2020.